Property Porn: A Gold Coast Mansion With Panoramic Views for $39M

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Currently San Francisco’s most expensive home on the market, this neoclassical, revival-style mansion offers a private oasis in the heart of the city.

Here are the specs: 

Location: 2701 Broadway Street, San Francisco

Asking Price: $39,000,000

Bedrooms: 7

Bathrooms: 7 baths, 4 half-baths

Living Space: 16,400 sq. ft.

The spacious estate was originally built in 1901 and restored by Moller Willrich Architecture and Design in 2002, before being sold to its most recent owners: raw food chef Roxanne Klein and her Silicon Valley entrepreneur husband Michael Klein. Virtually all the fixings are modernized, complete with the latest technology, white box-beam ceilings, rich wood panels, walnut floors, and accents of bright white and soft yellow paint.

The lush outdoor gardens provide a secluded escape from the concrete jungle, and the spacious basketball court allows you get some cardio in without ever having to set foot outside. Take the elevator up to the fifth level and make your way out to one of the three rooftop terraces, which offer postcard-perfect views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Marina, and the monumental city skyline. On foggy San Francisco nights, cozy up with a good book in the library, or make your way over to the wine cellar and indulge in a bottle of merlot.

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